The Sisters Jordanhill

1083 reviews

1a Ashwood Gardens, G13 1NU

West End, Glasgow

Cuisine: Scottish, Bistros & Brasseries

About The Sisters Jordanhill

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    My tummy always smiles after a visit!

    The sisters has a lovely atmosphere and the staff are always delightful and friendly. The food WOW is fantastic, i have never had a bad or soso meal, it always delivers on taste and presentation. This visit i had black pudding, poached egg and potato scone to start followed by 8hr slow cooked lamb shoulder both dishes were to die for. I finished off with puff candy meringue DELISH!!!!! My friend had the sam starter but the chicken stuffed with haggis for main which she said was amazing and please note didn't share. For pudding she had the cheesecake of the day which again she polished off. I just love The Sisters and if you haven't tried it yet, get booked!!!!!
    - dined in restaurant 11/10/2017
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Revisiting a Favourite Haunt

    Having moved out of the local area, I hadn't been to the Sisters for quite some time. Would it be the same? A resounding yes!! Food was as excellent as ever and the staff friendly and helpful. The brasserie 2 course lunch was excellent value at just under twelve quid. I'll be back and I won't leave it so long next time.
    - dined in restaurant 16/09/2017

Scottish restaurant in Jordanhill, Glasgow

The Jordanhill branch of The Sisters is tucked away on Ashwood Gardens, just off the Crow Road in the West End of Glasgow. It is a charming, rustic space where the welcome is as warm and natural as the decor. Traditional dishes with a distinct Scottish flavour are the mainstay of the menus at this family-run business.

Freshly sourced, Scottish ingredients

The Sisters at Jordanhill is proud of its close connections with local farmers, fishermen, gamekeepers and other suppliers. The kitchen makes good use of this great produce in starters such as the Stornoway black pudding topped with baked Bramley apple or the Summer Isle smoked haddock risotto topped with a poached egg.

A popular main course would be the wild Highland venison loin with roast beetroot and parsnips on a red wine and port glaze. The staff at The Sisters Jordanhill recommend the puff candy meringue for dessert.

Jordanhill & Crow Road transport

If travelling by train, Jordanhill station is the nearest stop to The Sisters on Ashwood Gardens. The restaurant is just off the Crow Road or A739 and there are multiple bus stops in the nearby vicinity. The Scotstoun Stadium and Glasgow Academicals sports grounds are in easy reach of The Sisters Jordanhill.

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Reviews for The Sisters Jordanhill

1083 Reviews